Detroit, Michigan

Frequently Asked Questions

Which cruises from Detroit, Michigan does American Queen Voyages offer?

There is currently one cruise that travels out of Detroit, Michigan. However, there are five others which travel to Detroit or include Detroit on the itinerary. Below, you’ll find a full list of the voyages, which include Detroit, Michigan.

  • Detroit to Montreal
  • Montreal to Detroit
  • Toronto to Milwaukee
  • Toronto to Chicago
  • Montreal to Chicago
  • Chicago to Toronto

How long are the cruises to and from Detroit, Michigan?

Expect to spend around 1.5 weeks traveling via ship to and from Detroit, Michigan. Most Detroit, Michigan, cruises last about 11 days from pick up to drop off. Ensure you budget sufficient time for your trip by providing enough leeway between your flight and the Detroit, Michigan, port.

What are the most popular cruises from Detroit, Michigan?

Out of the six options for Detroit cruises, there are a few that people of all ages enjoy. These tours provide fun excursions, exciting historical sites, and visits to top landmarks. Below, you’ll find a list of the most popular cruises from Detroit.

  • Detroit to Montreal
  • Toronto to Chicago
  • Montreal to Chicago

Are shore excursions offered on a Detroit, Michigan cruise?

Yes, you’ll find many shore excursions are offered on Detroit, Michigan, cruise. Depending on the cruise option you select, you’ll find the attractions allow you to explore Canada or the U.S. Some of the top excursions includes:

  • Hornblower boat ride at Niagara Falls
  • Amish Experience in Ohio
  • Henry Ford Museum tour

Each city you stop in offers the ability to enjoy tours of top attractions on the shore.

What are some of the major attractions in Detroit, Michigan?

Detroit is a lively city, offering a variety of activities for various interests. Some of the top attractions include:

  • The Detroit Institute of Arts
  • Motown Museum
  • Detroit Zoo
  • Historic Fort Wayne

Which American Queen Voyages vessels cruise to and from Detroit, Michigan?

Two primary vessels travel to and from the Detroit, Michigan port, the Ocean Navigator and the Ocean Voyager. The Navigator holds up to 202 guests and stretches 286 feet. The rooms onboard provide ample ocean views as you travel on the water.